Hero Round Table

The Hero Round Table is the only conference in the world dedicated entirely to talking about heroism and the people performing heroic deeds. The event invites people from very different backgrounds and walks of life. Like in the famous TED conferences, the speakers present short talks to communicate their core message. Hero Round Table speakers also spend time with the audience by having lunch together, grabbing a drink, and signing books. In addition, the conference is complemented by workshops where participants can choose in which topics they want to delve further.

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A walk across Australia - in pictures

Making the journey across Australia was a strange and curious one, from arrival to the very end, Australia never ceased to amaze, confuse, and entertain. When I arrived from my walk across Bali in late October 2016 my body had already sustained a few injuries from the previous months walking and had begun to slowly fall apart. The feet and ankles were both screaming for a break and needed some time off to recover.

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Arjun Bhogal
The Walk Across Bali (Now Bali Magazine)

Throwing a nostalgic glimpse back towards the island of Java, thankful for the opportunity and people I met there, I witnessed the jagged terrain from afar for the first time through the clouds as I made my way across the Bali Strait, towards Gilimanuk. I couldn’t help but cast my mind back 4 years. To watching the White Cliffs of Dover disappear into the fog as I made my maiden voyage across the English Channel to France. Back then we were two men driven by a few simple ideals and a fearless naivety.

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Arjun Bhogal
Platform Magazine

Borderwalk is a charity walk from Cardiff South Wales UK to Cardiff New South Wales Australia and I've been on my journey now for over 4 years. The Idea is about trying to inspire young people, no matter what gender, colour or background into taking on adventures of their own, however big or small and not buying into the idea that you have to be born with a certain gift to achieve something spectacular

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Arjun Bhogal
Walking Across India

Entering India after everything that had come before was partially bliss and partially chaotic. Mainly because all I had to do now was continue walking, and chaos because, well… it was India. Within the first two weeks of being there, I had my toes run over by a cycle rickshaw, and a motorbike whilst stationary at traffic lights, accidentally nudge forward into me, forcing my knee to lock, which made walking pretty uncomfortable for the rest of the week.

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